Parenting Classes: Empowering Parents to Manage AD/HD at Home – Series of Seminars from ADHD Society of the Philippines
Posted by: | on March 16, 2011
My husband and I attended a seminar on Alternative Medicine for people with ADHD and we were pleased with the seminar so we decided to get memberships to support the ADHD Society. This time the ADHD Society is raising the ante by holding a series of parenting classes on how to raise children with ADHD. There are 8 sessions tackling different areas of parenting upto becoming an advocate for your own child.
For further details about this ADHD parenting classes, please read the information released to us by the UP SPED department.
The AD/HD Society would like to invite parents of children with ADHD to a series of PARENTING CLASSES – “Empowering Parents to Manage ADHD at Home”. This will start on APRIL 2 and will end JUNE 4, 2011. Classes will be every Saturday, 8:30 – 11:00 A.M.
AD/HD Society of the Philippines Parenting Classes: Empowering Parents to Manage AD/HD at Home
APRIL 2-JUNE 4, 2011 Every Saturday, 8:30 – 11:00 AM Institute of Social Order Building Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City
•An 8-week module that includes topics such as Behavior Management, Communication Skills, Positive Parenting •Facilitators are parents of children with AD/HD trained by Sandy Malone-Long, a US-based psychologist who helped developed a parenting program at the Center for Attentional Deficit Disorders in Redmond , Washington
FOR INQUIRIES, PLEASE CONTACT THE AD/HD-SP SECRETARIAT: Rm110 ISO Office Bldg., Social Development Complex, Ateneo De Manila University, Quezon City Tel Nos. (02) 9273463, (02) 4268568, (0918) 9079159 email address: email@example.com
SCHEDULE OF SESSIONS
SESSION NO. 1 – TOPIC Intro to AD/HD and Medical Updates on Diagnosis and Medical Treatment Communication, Understanding Behavior, and Types of Commands
SESSION NO. 2 – TOPIC Understanding Feelings, Responding at an Emphatic Level
SESSION NO. 3 – TOPIC Constructing and Re-Framing Messages, AD/HD Behavior and Behavior Treatment/Management